Posts Tagged ‘360 degree feedback’

Get off your pedestal! Are you open to receiving feedback?

Most managers say that are open to feedback. And sometimes that’s true. But you know as well as I do, managers are often negligent in soliciting feedback, or they do things that indicate they aren’t open to it even if they say they are. Even managers with honorable intentions can mess this up.  I believe managers understand…

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FREE Webinar: Grow Your Own Leaders: Using Assessment-Based Coaching for Sustainable Leadership Development

Robin Eichert has partnered with Renee Charney of Charney Coaching & Consulting LLC to offer a new approach to coaching called “Assessment-Based Coaching.” Learn more and join us for this FREE informative webinar to learn how Assessment-Based Coaching can support the leadership development needs in your organization. The webinar will be held on April 3, 2014,…

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Better to give than receive? Not when it comes to feedback in the workplace.

Providing feedback is one of those ‘must-do’ activities for effective leaders. Yet we don’t talk about receiving feedback very often, and I believe that is just as important. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been witness to a number of constructive — and unconstructive — exchanges of feedback. Providing feedback is critical, but how it…

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Fear has many looks and is stifling to employee productivity

Grace is always on guard. Any new sound, or unusual sight, whether real or imagined, haunts her. She is in overdrive to protect her safety, and probably mine, too. Animals have that instinct, especially those that live (or started out like Grace did) in an environment with constant unknown and life-threatening factors. It could be…

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